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Day 6 STAAR Review. 5 Court Cases. Marbury v Madison. Established judicial Review Supreme Court has final say in interpreting the Constitution This helped create a lasting balance among the three branches of government Increased the power of the judiciary and the federal government

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day 6 staar review

Day 6 STAAR Review

5 Court Cases

marbury v madison
Marbury v Madison
  • Established judicial Review
  • Supreme Court has final say in interpreting the Constitution
  • This helped create a lasting balance among the three branches of government
  • Increased the power of the judiciary and the federal government
  • Chief Justice: John Marshall
mcculloch v maryland
McCulloch v Maryland
  • The Supreme Court upheld federal authority by ruling that a state could not tax a national bank.
  • Chief Justice: John Marshall
gibbons v ogden
Gibbons v Ogden
  • The Supreme Court ruled that interstate commerce could only be regulated by the Federal Govt.
  • Strengthened the federal government
  • Chief Justice: John Marshall
worcester v georgia
Worcester v. Georgia
  • Supreme Court ruled that only the federal government, not the states, could make laws governing the Cherokees
  • Jackson ignored the ruling and forced the Cherokees out of Georgia beginning the Trail of Tears
  • Strengthened the federal government
  • Chief Justice: John Marshall
dred scott v sandford
Dred Scott v Sandford
  • Dred Scott (slave) sued for his freedom but lost
  • Supreme Court decision allowed slavery to be extended into territories and new states
  • Said that Slaves are property wherever they travel
  • Northern States disagreed with the decision
  • Chief Justice: Roger Tawney